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Posted on 11-15-2016
Vision correction with your optometrist in Sandy Springs means you have many options. Take CRT, for example, which is often referred to as overnight vision correction. This therapy allows you to correct your vision in rapid time without the use of eyeglasses or contacts during the daytime. Learn more about corneal refractive therapy that is available at your Sandy Springs optometrist.
Corneal refractive therapy is also known as orthokeratology or ortho-k. This vision treatment method is used to correct vision problems, such as an astigmatism or nearsightedness, overnight. It is useful for refractive errors including nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Additionally, it is safe for all ages of patients seeking long term vision correction.
When you use CRT for correcting your vision you will be wearing specially made gas permeable contact lenses. These are designed to let your eyes breathe at night, while also reshaping your cornea. Typically you will see improvements in your vision within one night. However, patients who have severe vision correction issues will need to use the contacts for up to two weeks to see results.
If you want to permanently correct your astigmatism, myopia, or hyperopia, then consider corneal refractive therapy at Eye 1st Vision Center. This vision correction method is safe and effective. It is also beneficial for younger patients who are less likely to want to wear eyeglasses or contacts to correct their vision. Also, individuals who are active, such as those into sports, can use CRT as an alternative to having specialty eyewear made for playing sports.
When you are ready to begin corneal refractive therapy we are here to help. Contact our office in Sandy Springs today to schedule your CRT consultation. After completing an eye exam our optometrist professional will set up your corneal refractive therapy. We look forward to working with you to improve your long term vision.
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